Jesse Hawley

Jesse Hawley

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  • Jesse Hawley (American football) — Jesse Hawley Hawley at Dartmouth, c. 1908 Sport(s) Football Biographical details Born March 25, 1887(1887 03 25) …   Wikipedia

  • Jesse Hawley (football) — Jesse B. Hawley (died 1948) was a college football coach at the University of Iowa and Dartmouth College. He was the tenth head coach in Iowa football history and led Dartmouth to the national championship in 1925.Iowa Coaching CareerJesse Hawley …   Wikipedia

  • Jesse Hawley (merchant) — Jesse Hawley was a flour merchant in Geneva, New York who became an early and major proponent of building of the Erie Canal. Struggling to receive shipments and make deliveries over the wretched roadways of the era, Hawley imagined the canal as… …   Wikipedia

  • Hawley — may refer to:People* Abiah Hawley (1690 1716), Trumbull, grandmother of Abigail Wolcott wife to Chief Justice Oliver Ellsworth, a framer of the U.S. Constitution * Alan R. Hawley * Brian Hawley (actor), an actor who played an ape in… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Iowa Hawkeyes football — 19th century – Origins of Iowa football = Football was first played as a club sport at Iowa in 1872, with intramural games against other colleges played as early as 1882. But it was in 1889 that the University of Iowa first officially recognized… …   Wikipedia

  • Dartmouth Big Green football — Dartmouth Big Green First season 1881 …   Wikipedia

  • Erie Canal — at Lockport, New York in 1839 Original owner New York State Principal engineer Ben …   Wikipedia

  • Howard Jones (football coach) — Howard Harding Jones (August 23 1885 July 27 1941) was an American college football coach at Syracuse (1908), Yale (1909, 1913), Ohio State (1910), Iowa (1916 23), Duke (1924), and Southern California (1925 40).BackgroundBorn in Excello, Ohio… …   Wikipedia

  • National Register of Historic Places listings in Niagara County, New York — Location of Niagara County in New York …   Wikipedia

  • Frank Kinney Holbrook — (born c.1874 in Tipton, Iowa; date of death unknown) was the first black intercollegiate athlete at the University of Iowa. He played on the Iowa football team and lettered in both football and track in 1895 and 1896. He was Iowa s leading scorer …   Wikipedia

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